Policy Lab partners with UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy on new initiative

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The CITRIS Policy Lab and the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy (GSPP) have launched a transformative Tech Policy Initiative to strengthen multidisciplinary scholarly collaborations, foster tech policy education and innovation, and inform effective tech-related policy strategies across the public and private sectors. 

This partner builds on years of collaboration between CITRIS and GSPP on emerging tech policy challenges such as artificial intelligence, digital inclusion and data privacy. 

Brandie Nonnecke, founding director of the CITRIS Policy Lab, will lead the initiative.

“The Tech Policy Initiative meets a critical demand for data-driven, actionable research and training into the responsible development, use and governance of emerging technologies,” Nonnecke said. “The CITRIS Policy Lab is honored to partner with GSPP on this important initiative to train the next generation of tech policy leaders.”